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post #1 of 25 (permalink) Old 10-06-2018, 01:00 PM Thread Starter
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Good OTD price for a dragster RC and RR?

I got a quote for 2018 dragster RC for 23,500 OTD and a 2019 dragster for 21,200.

Are these average prices for these bikes?
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Is MV really charging that much for these bikes?

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Is MV really charging that much for these bikes?

Most dealerships were saying 28K OTD for the dragster RC and 21.7k for the dragster RR OTD

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Is MV really charging that much for these bikes?


Don't forget...that includes shipping, taxes and fees. Those things can really add up in a hurry, especially taxes depending on where you live. Here in Georgia it is at least 6% and more in some counties.
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With tax, title, and license fees that bike will be around 21K as well.
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We got 19% VAT or sales tax in Germany, 22% in Italy.....

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We got 19% VAT or sales tax in Germany, 22% in Italy.....
Damn! That’s a lot! 😧
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With tax, title, and license fees that bike will be around 21K as well.
The added cost would be about $1300.00 in MA

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With tax, title, and license fees that bike will be around 21K as well.

Lets keep in mind that the posted price is asking, so there is some flexibility. Rule of thumb is that TTL is about 10%. Cali has 9.25% sales tax and you'll probably spend another $300 or so on registration but its still within the ballpark.

Another important aspect to consider is that in less than 3 months all 2018 models will become "last year leftovers" and dealer will be much more receptive to "low ball" offers. Also, for much of the country, the riding season is coming to an end which is obviously not the case for the area of the OP. However, there are some parts of the country where one can't even take a proper test ride for months. IMO, winter is the best time to buy almost anything whether its a car or a bike...

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